Webster University's tuition rates listed below are for the academic year indicated and are subject to change.
Undergraduate Tuition Rates, 2022-2023
Please note that tuition fees are subject to change at the beginning of the new academic year, which starts with the Summer term. Flat fee rates are for two semesters of study. The fee can be paid in halves at the beginning of each semester. Payment is made in Uzbek soums based on the Central Bank of Uzbekistan rate.
|Full-time undergraduate tuition per year (excluding Summer term courses)||$3,600 flat fee|
Graduate Tuition Rates, 2022-2023
Please note that tuition fees are subject to change at the beginning of the new academic year, which starts with the Summer term. The tuition is paid in Uzbek soums based on the Central Bank rate. Students have the option of paying in installments.
|Master of Business Administration (MBA)||$3,750 per year
$7,500 full program
|Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language (MA TESL)||$4,400 full program|
|Master of Arts in Education and Innovation (MA EDIN)||$4,400 full program|
Should you decide to drop or withdrawal from the University, it is your responsibility to file the drop or withdrawal form(s) with the Office of the Registrar by the deadline. The student tuition refund rates are based on the date when a student drops or withdraws from a course in accordance with University enrollment policies, and when the refund is approved. More information about undergraduate tuition refunds can be found in the University Catalog.
Tuition Refund Policy and Case-by-Case Exception
Tuition refunds are made in accordance to the existing Tuition Refund Policy and are based upon the date of withdrawal. If the student believes they may be eligible for an exception to the Tuition Refund policy and wishes to petition for a percentage refund due to special circumstances (e.g., medical emergency), the student must fill out the Tuition Refund Exception Application Form. This form will require the student to submit a letter of explanation of special circumstances and any additional documentation to support their request (such as a doctor's letter of verification). A committee will review the student’s petition and within two to four weeks notify the student of the final decision.
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